Weight Loss

Cut Complex Carbs, Keep Simple Carbs on 80/10/10

People who shun starches tend not to have issues with being overweight.

For a person eating a typical Western diet, starches make up at least 40 to 50 percent of the total calories each day, and sometimes more. Cutting out starch means that the person is cutting almost half of his or her total calorie intake for the day. Those calories must be replaced, or else the person will suffer dramatic weight loss and severe cravings.

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Looking for a plant based diet? Looking to meet your goals? Here is what you can get with The 80/10/10 Diet:
-peak performance for any athlete
-perfect weight no matter what your body type
-off-the-charts wellness
-success with a low-fat vegan raw food diet
-simplicity in your lifestyle
-a healthy relationship with your food
-and enviable vitality


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